The "Channel Hamburg" offers a lot of different film locations. The old sailing ship "Seute Deern" lies in the Western Train Station Canal, featuring a completely new interior serving as a gastronomy location for traditional "Helgoland Knieper" food, as well as being available for shoots. In addition to this you can find the former "Erosbar", a branch of the HASPA bank and a spacious office in the historical timber-framed house. Its availability as a shooting location must be clarified with the owner in individual cases. In spring 2007, the Palmspeicher is to be made available as a location once more. It contains a canteen kitchen worth mentioning, as well as a large interior hall featuring decorative columns an a free-standing stairchase. The floating Channel Beach pontoon in the middle of the campus is fully equipped with sand, beach chairs and beer garden tables and marks a popular meeting-point. Inside the Channel Tower foyer we can see the spacious entry with windows reaching down to the floor and a coffe bar held in red an chrome. On the 17th floor, in an altitude of 75m., the Sky Lounge boasts an area of 360 square metres and 270° glazing ensure a great view of the south of Hamburg. One staircase higher we are located on the large Channel Towers roof terrace. It offers an spectacular view in the direction of Hamburg Harbour and an exceptional overview of the Channel Hamburg premises. Another possibility for shootings is the former soap factory.Hans-Joachim Schulz is the contact person for any shooting requests at the Channel motifs.